Sensory

 TSA-II NeuroSensory Analyzer and PATHWAY (ATS / CHEPS) systems enable clinicians to evaluate specific components of the nociceptive system, including pain-mediating unmyelinated C-fibers. These advanced clinical tools allow physicians to investigate and correlate pain with both central and peripheral nervous system abnormalities and diagnose neuropathic pain syndromes.

Much research in chronic pain strengthens the growing trend to recognize and mandate pain as the “fifth vital sign.” This is due to a limited understanding of the basic mechanisms of pain. Without a detailed diagnosis that reflects the underlying pathophysiology of pain, treatment is often random guesswork. Understanding the basic pathophysiology of pain can help physicians provide optimal and medically justifiable treatment.

QST and Advanced QST offer quantitative data that enables physicians to individualize and balance the diverse approaches, to reach an optimal treatment modality in complex chronic pain. By understanding the cause, physicians have the tools they need to effectively treat patients with better pain relief.

 

Algomed

Algomed

The AlgoMed - Computerized Pressure Algometer is the first software-based computerized Algometer to offer real-time visual & auditory feedback to control & monitor applied pressure rates.
Pathway

Pathway

Medoc's PATHWAY Pain & Sensory Evaluation System introduces revolutionary new technology and capabilities in the area of objective evoked pain potential and advanced stimulator products. These solutions have a modular design that can be tailored to specific...
TSAII

TSAII

The TSA-II NeuroSensory Analyzer is a precise, computer-controlled device capable of generating and documenting response to highly repeatable thermal and vibratory stimuli, such as warmth, cold, heat-induced pain, cold-induced pain or vibration. The TSA-II...

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